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Published on 15.04.16 in Vol 18, No 4 (2016): April

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Works citing "Patient Perspectives on Sharing Anonymized Personal Health Data Using a Digital System for Dynamic Consent and Research Feedback: A Qualitative Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5011):

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  1. Stockdale J, Cassell J, Ford E. “Giving something back”: A systematic review and ethical enquiry of public opinions on the use of patient data for research in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Wellcome Open Research 2018;3:6
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  2. Silina V, Kalda R. Challenges for clinical practice and research in family medicine in reducing the risk of chronic diseases. Notes on the EGPRN Spring Conference 2017 in Riga. European Journal of General Practice 2018;24(1):112
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  3. Stoeklé H, Mamzer-Bruneel M, Frouart C, Le Tourneau C, Laurent-Puig P, Vogt G, Hervé C. Molecular Tumor Boards: Ethical Issues in the New Era of Data Medicine. Science and Engineering Ethics 2018;24(1):307
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  4. Peiper NC, Baumgartner PM, Chew RF, Hsieh YP, Bieler GS, Bobashev GV, Siege C, Zarkin GA. Patterns of Twitter Behavior Among Networks of Cannabis Dispensaries in California. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(7):e236
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  5. Pandya-Wood R, Barron DS, Elliott J. A framework for public involvement at the design stage of NHS health and social care research: time to develop ethically conscious standards. Research Involvement and Engagement 2017;3(1)
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  6. Kreitmair KV, Cho MK, Magnus DC. Consent and engagement, security, and authentic living using wearable and mobile health technology. Nature Biotechnology 2017;35(7):617
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  7. Kim KK, Sankar P, Wilson MD, Haynes SC. Factors affecting willingness to share electronic health data among California consumers. BMC Medical Ethics 2017;18(1)
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  8. Joo S, Kim S, Kim Y. An exploratory study of health scientists’ data reuse behaviors. Aslib Journal of Information Management 2017;69(4):389
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  9. Budin-Ljøsne I, Teare HJA, Kaye J, Beck S, Bentzen HB, Caenazzo L, Collett C, D’Abramo F, Felzmann H, Finlay T, Javaid MK, Jones E, Katić V, Simpson A, Mascalzoni D. Dynamic Consent: a potential solution to some of the challenges of modern biomedical research. BMC Medical Ethics 2017;18(1)
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  10. Hassan L, Swarbrick C, Sanders C, Parker A, Machin M, Tully MP, Ainsworth J. Tea, talk and technology: patient and public involvement to improve connected health ‘wearables’ research in dementia. Research Involvement and Engagement 2017;3(1)
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  11. Winickoff DE, Jamal L, Anderson NR. New modes of engagement for big data research. Journal of Responsible Innovation 2016;3(2):169
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5011)

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  1. Litinski V. Health Care Delivery and Clinical Science. 2018. chapter 62:1246
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  2. Knudsen L, Hansen P, Pedersen M, Merlo D. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences. 2017.
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  3. Litinski V. Transforming Gaming and Computer Simulation Technologies across Industries. 2017. chapter 14:246
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